How can a hubber have about 200 followers and not have any hubs that they have written? And how can they have an author score of '1'? I didn't know that was even possible. And if they choose to follow us, does that affect our score at all? Just wondering.
It won't affect your score - only theirs. Spanning sprees are discouraged that why their score is so low. And the reason they have followers could be either a percentage of the ones they've followed, followed back, or their hubs have been unpublished or they've removed them from the site themselves.
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